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The Nassau GuardianSend an emailNovember 10, 2022 152 1 minute readFacebookTwitterLinkedInShare via Email
CG Atlantic Medical and Life Insurance Ltd. have partnered once again with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the 8th Annual CG Atlantic Medical Invitational, which will be held on Saturday, November 12.
The club’s President Philice Albury was grateful for the partnership once again.
“We are very grateful to CG Atlantic Medical and Life Insurance Ltd. for its continued support of swimming throughout The Bahamas and its support for the Barracuda Swim Club,” Albury said.
“Swimmers from the ages of six and up are really excited about the season opener for the 2022-2023 swim season, which would not be possible without our steady friend for nearly a decade, CG Atlantic Medical and Life Insurance Ltd.”
CG Atlantic Medical and Life is once again playing a vital part in the development of young Bahamians in the sport of swimming. CG Atlantic Medical and Life has a long-standing record of being a company that promotes healthy lifestyles, placing great importance on developing a healthy, fit nation by supporting various charities and civic organizations. Swimming is an activity that helps children to excel both in and out of the pool as it develops discipline, passion, and commitment to the sport and to the overall life of a child.
“We are pleased once again to partner with CG Atlantic Medical and Life and we look forward to this continued relationship and support as we work together to advance the sport of swimming throughout The Bahamas,” Albury said.
CG Atlantic Medical and Life Insurance Ltd.’s Marketing Coordinator, Keron Wood said that they are happy to partner with Barracuda.
“We are happy to partner with The Barracuda Swim Club which works so hard to build sportsmanship, discipline and teamwork through healthy competition,” Wood said.
The 8th Annual CG Atlantic Medical Invitational will be held at the Betty Kelly- Kenning Aquatic Center on Saturday and racing will begin at 8:30 a.m. The second session will begin at 5:30 p.m.